Hon Egunjobi Samuel Celebrates With Nigeria Muslim Community & Echoed The Importance Of Sacrifice For A Better Nigeria
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The Founder of Rebuild Afrika Foundation (Incorporated) and candidate in the recently concluded state parliament Election is celebrating the 2023 Eidel-Kabir with Nigeria Muslim community and give reasons why the Eid(Sallah) is a religious and historical event which everyone regardless of faith or belief should celebrate.

According to the post on his official Facebook page "
Having faith, courage, sacrifice and obedience are necessary factors when expecting divine blessings from God.

Many people believed that Eidel-Kabir is only a religious event meant to be celebrated only by Muslims, but it's a significant event in the history of mankind that teaches about the faith of Abraham (Ibrahim) and the reward for his obedience through his sacrifice.

The love for the things of God and obeying the universal commandments as documented in the Holy Bible and Holy Quran will bring divine blessings and upliftment from the maker of the universe.

The occasion should therefore go beyond the slaughtering of rams to sharing love and material possessions not only with relatives or acquaintances, but also with the displaced, the elderly, the orphans and other people at the margin of the society, including those with special needs''

Happy Eidel-Kabir
Hon. Amb. Prince Samuel Adesegun Egunjobi
21-Year-old Boy Arrested For Using 6 Prostitutes For Ritual
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South Africa: Police have discovered decomposed bodies of six women at a panel beating shop in central Johannesburg, South Africa. Police are investigating the possibility that the bodies may be those of sex workers who went missing in the area. Police spokesperson, Brigadier Brenda Muridili, who confirmed the incident in a statement on Monday, October 10, 2022, said a 21-year-old has been arrested for the murder of the victims. It is believed that the victims were killed a while ago. "The Police in Johannesburg apprehended a 21-year-old man for murder following the discovery of six bodies in a building in Johannesburg CBD on Sunday, 09 October 2022," the statement read. "The police were called to the building due to a foul smell coming out of one of the rooms.

A preliminary investigation led the police to the suspect, believed to be the last person seen with the deceased woman," "It is reported that on 02 October 2022 at 20:00, the suspect was seen with the deceased woman.

The clothes she was wearing matches the description of one of the missing persons reported recently. "Upon questioning the suspect, the police went back to the building and five more bodies were discovered outside the building where there is a makeshift workshop and rubbish dumpsters. "Unfortunately, the other five bodies are at the late stage of decomposition.

They will be subjected to Forensic analysis for identification." "The suspect will be charged with six counts of murder and the Provincial Murder and Robbery unit is investigating."
Emma Chuma) 2023 Election: I Am Confident Of Victory, Says Atiku
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Atiku told journalists that he would win the presidency and succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, whose two terms end on May 29, 2023, after he cast his vote alongside his wife, Titi, at Polling Unit 012, Ajiya Ward in the Yola North Local Government Area of Adamawa State.

Atiku’s opposition is Bola Tinubu of the ruling All Progressives Congress and Peter Obi of the Labour Party, and Rabiu Kwankwaso of the New Nigerian People’s Party (NNPP). 


Emma Chuma) #NigeriaElections2023: I Worked Hard, Nigerians Will Reward Me, Tinubu Boasts
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The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on Saturday, said Nigerians would reward his hard work by voting for him as the next president.

He said he had worked harder during the campaign than any other presidential candidate and would be rewarded by Nigerians with their votes.

Tinubu said this while addressing Journalists after casting his vote at the polling unit 085, ward 3, Alausa, Ikeja in Lagos State.He said, “I am very confident. I worked hard for it. I traverse the country sometimes four times and attended town hall meetings and various interest groups. I have attended to their request and I have worked hard than any other candidate in this country. I believe Nigeria will reward me, they will reward my hard work. Sparkling further, Tinubu said, “We will definitely be a transformative government. We will work hard to change the economic crisis.We are not the only country affected by the economic crisis, it’s affecting the whole world. We just have to recalibrate.”

He, however, enjoined Nigerians to remain respected democrats throughout the electioneering process.

The ex-governor of Lagos State who was accompanied by his wife, Senator Oluremi Tinubu cast his vote around 10:20 am amidst the mammoth crowd.

The total number of voters at the polling unit is 324.The atmosphere is calm as voters continue to exercise their franchise at the polling unit.